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RE: Frost


I also have the red ones and have not had any problems with them. They
have been there for five years already...

Ceres, I don't think they have a name except for carpet rose- red, pink,
white or apple blossom.... IF any ones differently, would like to know
the name of the red one please....

Donna

>     Cathy, I am really surprised at your experience with the carpet
rose.
> Primarily we have used the first one that was on the market. The
variety
> name
> escapes me for the moment. (Not the lt pink one, Apple Blossom).  I do
> have a
> white one in my white garden.
>     Ceres

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